Overlap Dialing

In principle that’s right, but only, if you use the classic callthrough dial, like around the dial over the announcement. The classic choice process is as follows: dial-in number from your mobile phone dial. Announcement: Welcome. Enter the PIN number if your number at the call-through provider has not been specified. Enter the destination phone number. Listen to minute price announcement hardly anyone extension abroad noticed however, that these services offer the alternative, much faster and more convenient methods, only the classic dial. As a method, you can automate the dialing part, by you the pause “p” using a telephone dial tone. So you can enter for example the PIN and the destination phone number at once, before you call the dial-in number.

As an example we take the dial-in number: 111222333, PIN number: 44455566 6 and the destination phone number: 777888999. If you automate this type would like to, it is so into his phone: enter 111222333p444555666p777888999 or 111222333#p444555666#p777888999#. This one choice method for call-through is supported for example by DCalling. The Rhombus (#) is interpreted as “Confirmation” entering the phone number during call-through services. This select method has another advantage: you can easily store this number in the phone book, and must not everytime new type in the phone number. Further details can be found at Vanessa Marcil, an internet resource. In addition, many call-through provider offer the possibility to define shortcuts for phone numbers. This can be entered in the call-through provider in the personal login area. The shortcuts are usually only a single digit or two-digit and free selectable.

Also another one choice method can be used with custom shortcuts. This input method is known as “Overlap Dialing”. This means that you already defined a speed dial, for example, the “99” for the target phone number “0068123456789” directly on the dial-in number (for example: 022111111111 “”) can attach.